Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits if I make MMJ America my primary care-giver?
MMJ America offers exclusive member benefits every time you visit our MMJ dispensaries in Denver or Boulder. Not only do you receive reduced pricing on any weight of flower every time you purchase, you also receive our Penny Daze benefits to receive an additional weed treat with every purchase. Members also receive 5% off on all concentrates, edibles and apparel. If you decide to make an MMJ dispensary in Denver or Boulder your primary caregiver, you will also receive 25% off your first purchase of flower as a member!
What’s the deal with legalization of marijuana in Colorado?
The legality of marijuana is interesting and always changing. Amendment 64 made legal recreational marijuana dispensaries a reality by allowing any adult over age 21 to purchase marijuana. Amendment 64 did not change Colorado medical marijuana laws, and MMJ America will continue to supply medical marijuana to patients and members. Under Amendment 20, medical marijuana patients with a state-registered Colorado Red Card can purchase from any dispensary.
What do I need to buy marijuana today?
If you are over age 21, bring an official government issued ID to our LoDo Denver dispensary at 21st and Arapahoe Ave and you can purchase marijuana. Our two other dispensaries require a Red Card and an official government ID to purchase medical marijuana until we implement legal retail sales in February. To connect with a doctor and learn more about getting your Red Card, read our How To Guide. If you already have your Red Card, make us your caregiver for member benefits.
How do I figure out what tolerance level I can handle when consuming edibles?
At all of our marijuana dispensary locations, we offer many various edibles with a wide range in dosage. Everyone responds to medical marijuana edibles differently, so we recommend starting with a small dose and being patient as medical marijuana edibles affect the body slower than ingesting by smoke. If a small dose does not produce the desired medicating result, increase the dose slightly and wait to determine your tolerance level.
Do you accept credit cards?
Unfortunately, we cannot accept credit cards at any of our Colorado marijuana dispensary locations. However, we do have ATMs on site for your convenience.
Can I purchase meds at MMJ America if I live somewhere other than Colorado?
Yes, just bring your ID that proves that you are over age 21 and you can purchase marijuana legally at our Denver dispensary at 2042 Arapahoe Ave. In order to purchase medical marijuana in Colorado, you must be a resident of the state and have a state-issued Red Card
How will purchasing work after sale of recreational marijuana is legalized on 1.1.14?
After 1.1.14, you won’t need a Red Card to purchase marijuana legally. You will need a government-issued form of identification that proves you are over the age of 21.
Can I purchase medicine if MMJ America isn't my state-registered primary center?
Is there a notary on site?
Yes. We have a notary on site at each location to help accommodate you with issues regarding switching over your caregiver, reporting a lost, stolen or damaged Red Card, and all other necessary notarization requirements that you may need. Feel free to contact any of our locations to ensure that a notary will be available on your requested date of interest.
What are valid forms of ID?
In order to purchase medical marijuana from any MMJ dispensary in Denver or Boulder, you must have a government-issued form of identification every time you shop at any of our dispensary locations. We do not accept work or school IDs or any other type of identification that was not government issued.
What are the current specials at MMJ America?
MMJ America periodically offers daily, weekly and holiday specials. If you provide us with your cell phone number and/or email address, you will receive our most recent specials and promotional deals via text and email. You may also like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for our latest deals and specials.
Do you sell ounces of earwax?
Yes. MMJ America conveniently sells ounces of earwax at our MMJ dispensary locations to interested patients. We do ask that you give us at least a 72-hour courtesy call so we have time to make your requested amount of earwax. Please contact any of our locations with any additional questions that you may have.
What strains are you currently carrying?
To see what weed strains we currently have on the shelves at our MMJ dispensaries in Denver LoDo, Golden Triangle and Boulder, check out our Menu page or Weedmaps. To see all of our marijuana strains, take a look at our strain library. For the most up-to-date pricing and special offers, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!
Can I work at MMJ America?
Yes. Please visit our employment opportunities page for job listings or to submit your resume for all of our MMJ dispensary locations in Denver and Boulder.
When will you be expanding your variety of concentrate products?
We are presently in the process of developing a wider selection of concentrates. Visit the Menus page for each of our dispensaries for more updates as we continue to increase our concentrate assortment.
Does MMJ America host or sponsor any events?
MMJ America is, and will be, involved in both hosting and sponsoring events in Colorado. Please like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for updates and future event info.
How do I become a medical marijuana patient in Colorado?
Colorado residents, who have a debilitating medical condition, can apply for and obtain a medical marijuana Red Card. To do so, you must first obtain a medical marijuana registry Red Card, you must first obtain a recommendation from a certified physician. For full step-by-step instructions, see our How to Apply Guide. You must renew your Red Card every year. It is recommended that you start the renewal process 45-60 days before expiration.
What is a medical marijuana center?
Medical marijuana centers are businesses licensed by the State of Colorado and local government to sell legal marijuana to medical patients with a current, valid Red Card. Patients may obtain thier medicine from any medical marijuana center regardless of whether they have listed that center as their “primary center.”
What restrictions are placed on patients?
Know your rights! For a full breakdown of Amendment 64 and Amendment 20, see our summary. Here are the most important things to know.
Patients cannot: sell, transfer or give away their medical marijuana.
Patients cannot use medical marijuana:
In a medical marijuana dispensary or other licensed facility;
In a way that endangers the health and well-being of a person;
In plain view or in a place open to the public;
In a correctional facility or community corrections facility; or
In a vehicle, aircraft, or boat.
What to do if the police stop you or show up at your door.
Remain calm and remember to assert your rights.
If the police ask, “Do you mind if I look in your home, car, purse or bag?” -- respond by saying “I do not consent to a search.”
If the police continue to ask, you should continue to respond by saying, “I do not consent to a search.”
If the police ask, “Why not, are you hiding something? -- respond by saying, “I have a constitutional right to privacy. I do not consent to a search.”
If the police have found your medical marijuana, state you are a medical marijuana patient. In this case, simply provide your medical marijuana registration card and say nothing more.
Remember- if the police show up at your house, make sure they have a warrant. If the police do NOT have a warrant, DO NOT give them consent to search your house. If the police present you with a warrant, verify the accuracy of the warrant (check to see if the address is correct, if your name is spelled correctly and if the warrant has been signed by a judge).
If the police ask you to voluntarily talk with them about your possible marijuana use, remember that you do not have to talk with them at all, much less engage in a lengthy discussion.
If you have a valid Colorado Red Card you can say, “I am a medical marijuana patient licensed under state law to possess, cultivate and consume the marijuana in my possession.”
If you have been charged with a crime related to recreational marijuana use, state, “I assert my right to remain silent, and I would like to speak with an attorney.”
*DISCLAIMER: We think it is important for you to know your rights, but please do not consider the content provided here as legal advice.